Carolina Law alumni stay involved through volunteer leadership positions.
Class Reunion Representative
UNC School of Law celebrates reunions for alumni at 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45 and 50 years after graduation. It takes a high level of involvement from your classmates to make the reunion a success. Class reunion representatives serve as members of their class reunion committee. As a working group of dedicated volunteers, these alumni will be reaching out to their classmates in order to achieve two important goals – inviting their classmates to return to the law school for Law Reunion Weekend and encouraging their classmates to support the class gift effort.
Young Alumni Leadership Council
Alumni up to 10 years out from law school educate peers and encourage annual financial support of the law school by engaging other young alumni in the process of philanthropic giving. The council develops a foundation of donors who support Carolina Law to help maintain its position as one of the nation’s leading globally eminent public law schools.
Regional Alumni Representative
Regional alumni representatives support Carolina Law in their communities in a variety of ways, including organizing local alumni club events, welcoming and assisting alumni moving to their area, helping locate missing contact information for area alumni, and providing guidance to help develop programming that is best targeted to their communities.
Boards and Committees
Alumni may volunteer as board members of the UNC Law Foundation or UNC Law Alumni Association (LAA), or as members of various LAA committees including but not limited to , advancement committee, alumni engagement committee, and community outreach committee.